Report: Eagles Offered Head Coaching Job To Texas A&M’s Kevin SumlinBREAKING NEWS, Coaching Staff, Eagles, News Friday, June 14th, 2013
According to Texas A&M insider Billy Liucci, the Eagles offered the head coaching job to Aggies head coach Kevin Sumlin. The young head coach has blazed a trail to the top of numerous head coaching lists by leading the Aggies to an 11-2 record and an upset of the National Champion Alabama Crimson Tide in his rookie season as head coach.
Sumlin coached freshman quarterback Johnny Manziel, who was the first freshman to ever win the Heisman Trophy. He did this all in his rookie season as a head coach. He spent five years at Oklahoma working for the Bob Stoops.
Liucci says the interest and offer from the Eagles and Auburn University have helped Sumlin get his salary bumped up $1.1 million dollars to $3.1 million dollars a year.
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